I bought a MIM Jazz back in 1999. Upon purchase, I asked the shop to work on the setup since there was some buzz in the upper frets. The shop played with the action and fixed the issuse. Long story short, I never got much of a chance to play the bass. I was in the marines when I bought it. After 9/11, I got somewhat busy The bass was entombed in its case, not to be played again until last week. Anyway, the fret buzz is back. While trying to remedy the issue, I noticed that the shop that did the setup work applied loctite to the saddle screws on the D/G strings (bhassthurds). I need a new bridge. Using the TB seach function and Google, I've decided that either a Gotoh 201 or Fender replacement is probably my best bet. I'm trying to keep it simple. The instructions I've read indicate a simple swap. However, I thought I'd ask this virtual fountain of knowledge if there are any pitfalls I might encounter during this seemingly easy repair??? Thanks for any input and sorry for rambling. FTR, I tried the search function, but did not find anything on this specific topic. Of course, being new to TB, I might not have articulated my search terms correctly. So sorry if I cluttered up the board with an age old question. I'm trying to re-learn the world of bass.